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Tall Tubular Type Battery (Solargetic)-Capacity@C10:150Ah/60M

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Short Description:
Tubular batteries are those batteries in which a series of tubes are placed beside each other vertically, hence the name. The vertical placement of the tubes delay the corrosion process and improve the current flow. Unlike a flat plate battery that has a grid-like structure, a tubular battery has a comb-like structure..
Manufacturer HVR SOLAR
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Manufacturer part number HVR1560T
Place Of Origin India
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₹ 11,831.93
Old price: ₹ 13,799.00

GST @28% Inclusive Price: 15144
This product has a minimum quantity of 10

Product Specification 

* Tall Tubular Type Battery (Solargetic)

* Capacity@C10:150Ah

* Gross Weight:62.5 Kg


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